Enhance Your Vocals With Glaze 2 From Native Instruments

The latest plugin from musical technology innovator Native Instruments has a brand-new product that aims to make your vocals shine. Glaze 2 is a next-generation vocal sampler from their Play Series, a collection of virtual instruments that include hard-hitting presets and decorative interfaces that are also highly intuitive. With the Glaze 2, you can equip your tracks with lush harmonies, textures, and chord progressions at the touch of a key. You can incorporate these elements into any project, but it is ideal for pop, and hip-hop vocals.

What Glaze 2 Offers

The original Glaze was highly regarded as one of NI’s best offerings, and the Glaze 2 looks to improve upon it by bringing modern vocal heat straight to your studio. It adds more voices from the new talkbox mode but adds flair with the help of smooth vocal pads, and brilliant riffs, runs, and hooks. Achieving modern, complex vocal harmonies is almost instantaneous, with over 30 custom chord sets and background vocals that can be mapped to keys. Glaze 2 allows you to extend your sounds with 150 presets and custom Kontakt effects macros.

To give the Glaze 2 more legitimacy, Native Instruments collaborated with esteemed engineers Curtis ‘Sauce’ Wilson and Rochad Holiday. Their talents and expert craftsmanship have helped develop the sounds of notable artists like Ne-Yo, Ariana Grande, Will Smith, and Dr Dre.


Product type: Komplete Instrument
For use with: The latest version of the free Kontakt Player. Download via Komplete Start.
Number of Sounds: 172 Total (129 multisamples and 43 wavetables)
Number of presets: 151
Number of wavetables: 43
Download size: 1.14 MB
System requirements: Free Kontakt Player or Kontakt (version 7.6.0 or higher)
Please also see the Kontakt Player system requirements and the Kontakt Player FAQ
User manual online: Online manual

Glaze 2 From Native Instruments is available for only $49. You can purchase it here.

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Alex S. is a sound designer and voice-over artist who has worked in film, commercials, and podcasts. He loves horror movies and emo music.